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I bet this will be a slow process and most people will opt to shift to Mac OSX. It will just the the hardcore techies who will show Linux any love.
for me at any rate, it would be the other way around. unless I need something linux specific, I would rather use OSX, even though the majority of my tools run fine on both (gvim/bash/ruby)
Come on! Why the OP got an -1 rating?
I was member of staff during the 23th Chaos Communication Congress (a hacker conference) in Berlin.
There, a talk must be canceled because a techie could not connect his Linux box to the projector. And this is a common problem on Linux boxes that is known for decades and has not been fixed for decades.
Two years ago on my job, I had to fallback to a paper presentation because my Linux notebook has not managed to connect to a projector although I've tested it SEVERAL times before my presentation with the very same projector (and it worked — kindof).
So, the conclusion can only be: Linux is not yet ready for the desktop/notebook market. Google Chrome OS coud change it... but there is a long way to go.